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In their article on the contemporary practice of perinatal medicine by physicians with pro-life world views, Jeffrey Blustein and Alan Fleischman explore five "strategies" for the maintenance of such perinatologists' integrity.
How does Dworkin know that the pro-life position is detached rather than derived?
This is a major victory for the pro-life community and removes a cloud that has been hanging over pro-life demonstrators for years," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ, who served as Counsel of Record for Operation Rescue in the case.
Ad hominem arguments in favor of abortion usually criticize pro-life people's gender, motivations, or consistency.
South Carolina pro-life commentator Brian Frank wrote in the S.
American Catholic journalist and author Russell Shaw said the pro-life cause is "in for a rough ride.
To this end, Planned Parenthood is supporting pro-life Democrat Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's "Prevention First" legislation.
But more important are the moral dimensions of the pro-life argument.
Unlike ALL and the Catholic Church, the nation's two largest pro-life groups, the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) and the Family Research Council (FRC), don't oppose contraception outright.
The case has been litigated since 1986, when NOW filed a lawsuit against various pro-life individuals and organizations.
This is not to negate the incredible contributions of pro-life heroes of the male persuasion, such as former U.
The Family Research Council commented on the disparity in the coverage of the two events, noting that "the smaller, anti-war demonstration got much more coverage than the pro-life march.